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speaker Organisation Session
Data sets, apps and project pitches
Alexander Kohnstamm Partos -

Knowledge service infrastructure
Anna Lauridsen Development Gateway -

Geo-coding: the AidData experience
Bart Lacroix, Thomas Bjelkeman 1%CLUB, Akvo An App store for Development
Bas Kotterink and Marijn Rijken TNO -

Open Data Opportunities in the Development Sector
Bas Ruyssenaars Institute of Brilliant Failures How to maximize online sharing and learning from failure?
Charles Lwanga-Ntale, Benard Sabiti, Linet Kwamboka Development Initiatives, DRT Uganda, ICT Board Kenya Open data initiatives Uganda & Kenya
Christian Kreutz Open Knowledge Foundation Germany -

Maptivism: geomapping & geocoding
Claudia Schwegmann OpenAid -

Public Online Monitoring
David Pidsley Open Knowledge Foundation -

Virtual Workshop on Linking Development Data
Edward Anderson World Bank -

Developing a new knowledge partnership
Edward Omete, Joy Kolin, Simon Lee Informed Healthcare Kenya, Danya International E-Health
Ellen Webbink, Jeroen Smits, Kea Tijdens Int. Institute for Social Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen, WageIndicator -

Scientific Datasets on Development
Ernest Waititu Internews Kenya Data Journalism
Gijsbert Koren Enviu -

Our Mobile Generation, changing the mobile phone industry
Harry Heemskerk Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) -

Open access and Search4Dev
Huib Koeleman Wit Communicatieadviseurs -

Open data? Open organisations!
Jelle Kamsma -

Data journalism
Jethro Buttner Development Gateway Visualisations, Geo-coding and Mapping
John Kipchumbah and Philip Thigo Sodnet / Infonet (Kenya) -

Kenyan Open Data initiatives
Laurents Sesink DANS (an initiative of KNAW and NWO) -

Developments with science data
Maarten Brouwer Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DGIS -

Beyond "open data"
Marek Tuszynski Tactical Tech Policy & Privacy
Mark Brough Publish What You Fund -

How to work with the IATI standard
Open for All Open for All Pitch Your Own Idea
Pelle Aardema, Gerrit Jan van 't Veen Open for Change -

Building out Open for Change
Peter Hessels Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) -

Collecting Health Data in Africa
Peter van der Linde Akvo -

Visualising a water project portfolio
Richard Murby World Bank Institute -

Apps for Development Competition
Rolf Kleef Open for Change / Nivocer -

Open Data 101



The Open Data for Development Camp is organized by Open for Change under the responsibility of Partos and in cooperation with and financed by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with co-financing of KIT, TexttoChange, Hivos, Oxfam Novib, ICCO. It is part of the shared ambition of Partos and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to report about results of Dutch international development activities in a transparent way, on the basis of open data. ODDC takes place at and is developed in cooperation with the Royal Tropical Institute.